Lorio Forensics

Measuring Implicit Racial Bias

This article is the second in a 3-part series regarding racial bias measurement and law enforcement. The first can be found here. Due to the limitations of self-report data, racial bias studies conducted post-World War II integrated physiological measures into methodology. In many of these studies, physiological indicators (e.g. skin conductance, neural imaging, and objective… Continue reading Measuring Implicit Racial Bias